What is a tax invoice number?
Your tax invoice number is your receipt of purchased goods and record of your installation. Prior to your installation you will receive a letter advising your scheduled installation date along with your tax invoice number. On the day of your installation the installer will provide you with your tax invoice, your conditions of warranty letter and a Crimsafe Care guide. You’ll find your tax invoice number on the top right hand side of your invoice and it starts in 000.
Why do I need to keep it?
Your tax invoice number is your proof of purchase – your receipt. In the same way if you bought a T.V from an electrical store, and it had a default within the warranty period, you would need to present your receipt in order to get it fixed; if we install a job and you require a service request, we do require your tax invoice number. The importance of keeping your tax invoice number is also outlined in your conditions of warranty letter.
Does my quote number count as a receipt?
Unfortunately providing Davcon with your quote number does not provide us with proof of purchase.
We suggest filing away your installation letter, your tax invoice and your conditions of warranty documentation, or at the very least, saving the invoice number and date of your installation to your computer or phone for your records.
Should you wish to discuss anything else before we install your security screens, or if you don’t yet have Crimsafe in your home and would like a free quotation, contact one of Davcon’s security consultants today – or pop into our showroom to see our extensive Crimsafe display and let us guide you through the benefits of going with Crimsafe.